CT aims to avoid medical marijuana woes – WLFI.com

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut lawmakers’ approval of the use of medical marijuana includes strict regulations for the cultivation and distribution in an attempt to avoid problems other states have run into when legalizing the plant for medical use.

Medical marijuana attorney plans cardholder seminars in Missoula, Kalispell – The Missoulian

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A seminar for medical marijuana cardholders will soon be making stops in Missoula and Kalispell, in addition to other Montana cities. The seminar is hosted by Chris Lindsey, medical marijuana attorney based in Missoula and board member of the Montana Cannabis Industry Association.

Conn. Senate passes medical marijuana bill – NECN

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The Connecticut Senate granted final approval early Saturday to a bill that would allow the use of medical marijuana and includes strict regulations for the cultivation and distribution in an attempt to avoid problems other states have run into when legalizing the plant for medical use. The measure passed the state’s Senate 21-to-13 after nearly 10 hours of debate.

Mainstream marijuana: Medical pot growers buying insurance – KVAL

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PORTLAND, Ore. – Pot is on the top of a lot of minds right now. Oregon’s medical marijuana law has become one of the hottest election issues in Oregon’s attorney general race.

Senate OKs medical pot bill; Malloy to sign it – Danbury News Times

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By Ken Dixon HARTFORD — Nearly 10 hours and seven failed amendments after Sen. Antonietta Boucher started her final attempt to stop the bill, the Senate early Saturday voted 21-13 to allow the use of marijuana by the seriously ill. The final vote at about 2:30 a.m

CT aims to avoid medical marijuana woes – Austin News

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut lawmakers’ approval of the use of medical marijuana includes strict regulations for the cultivation and distribution in an attempt to avoid problems other states have run into when legalizing the plant for medical use

Senate passes medical marijuana bill – Danbury News Times

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By Ken Dixon HARTFORD — Nearly 10 hours and seven failed amendments after Sen. Antonietta Boucher started her final attempt to stop the bill, the Senate early Saturday voted 21-13 to allow the use of marijuana by the seriously ill. The final vote at about 2:30 a.m

Debating medical marijuana – Ct Post

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By Ken Dixon HARTFORD — Nearly 10 hours and seven failed amendments after Sen. Antonietta Boucher started her final attempt to stop the bill, the Senate early Saturday voted 21-13 to allow the use of marijuana by the seriously ill. The final vote at about 2:30 a.m.

Connecticut to become 17th state to legalize medical marijuana. – ThinkProgress

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NEWS FLASH Connecticut to become 17th state to legalize medical marijuana. | The AP has the story : “A bill legalizing marijuana for medical purposes has passed the Connecticut Senate

Connecticut Lawmakers Vote To Allow For The Limited Legalization Of Medical … – Hawaii News Daily

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Connecticut lawmakers have decided in favor of legislation that allows for the limited use and distribution of cannabis as medicine.

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